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    Member franklindeleon's Avatar
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    when i turned on my pc this morning I found it it was infected with a new high risk infection called trojan.beacomm. I you have Norton Security like me it will prompt you to run live update but it won't fix it. I am not sure how I got it but I think it downloads to your system as a attachmen. I even called Symantec and they wanted to charge me $ 60.00 to help me reomve it. I did some research and although it took me more than an hour I found out you can download the file to protect your pc. Go to the link bellow, download i t and install it, the threat will go away.
    Hope you guys, find this useful
    http://securityresponse.symantec.com...es/US-N95.html
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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    Or, you can scrap the resource hog Norton, and use Avast.
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    Is Avast really the bets choice I've heard about lately, What makes it so good?
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    Hey,
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    Member franklindeleon's Avatar
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    Hey, is Avast really that good, I jave heard about it lately.
    What makes it so good?
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    No need to triple-post.

    I don't know much about Avast, but nearly anything is better than Norton. And by nearly, I'm disqualifying McAfee, which is the worst of them all.
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    Senior Member -chris-'s Avatar
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    Avast and AVG both are free, and neither use as many resources as Norton. They also both update daily, and at times several times per day.

    Google them both to read more about them.
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    thanks for the info and sorry I didn't mean to triple-post.
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